While Clark Kellogg receives national notoriety for his work on college basketball telecasts, Pacers fans have long been aware of his basketball expertise as he now is Vice President of Player Relations for the Pacers and in his 21st season as a television analyst. Clark is currently the lead studio analyst for CBS March Madness broadcasts along with Greg Gumbel and Seth Davis
Kellogg, who has done television analyst work for Cleveland State University, the Big East Television Network and ESPN, currently serves as a game analyst for CBS' coverage of college basketball and studio analyst during the network's coverage of "March Madness." He is a former first-round draft pick of the Pacers (1982, eighth selection overall) and played five seasons with the team. Chronic knee problems forced him to retire after career averages of 18.9 points and 9.6 rebounds per game as well as a unanimous selection to the 1982 NBA All-Rookie Team.
Kellogg, a native of Cleveland, Ohio, attended Ohio State University where he was the Big Ten's MVP in 1982. He received his degree from Ohio State in 1996.
In his free time, he volunteers his time and resources to various organizations, including the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Athletes in Action and United Way.
He and his wife, Rosy, have three children, Talisa, Alex and Nicholas. They live in Westerville, Ohio.